Greater Manchester, United Kingdom, England, M4 6BF
Split over four floors, Cutting Room House is a beautifully refurbished regency era townhouse located on Blossom Street Ancoats. The building can be traced back as early as 1811 and is three storeys high, constructed of local red brick, fully refurbished sash windows with stone lintels, cills and slate roof tiles.
The townhouse includes a large kitchen/diner, separate lounge area, a master bedroom with en-suite on the top floor and lower ground second bedroom with a guest bathroom. This townhouse offers a mixture of both historic features and distinctive modern design with exposed structural beams, brickwork and high ceilings alongside a contemporary design and layout.
Cutting Room House is a 12 -minute walk away from Victoria train Station, which offers links to Manchester Airport, Liverpool and Leeds within the hour. The property is located just off the bustling Cutting Room Square in Ancoats, a square plaza featuring five large monoliths with artwork from local artis, Dan Dubowitz. The main point of interest in this area is perhaps the Halle St Peter’s, which hosts the world-renowned Hallé’s choir and Youth Orchestra, as well as workshops and local events.
Ancoats in Manchester offers a diverse range of experiences, from exploring its industrial heritage at places like Victoria Baths to indulging in its booming food scene with trendy nearby restaurants and cafes.